TOC: Journal of Urban History November 2020 (vol. 46:6)

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The Journal of Urban History is pleased to announce the table of contents for the November 2020 issue.

Journal of Urban History
Volume 46, Number 6/November 2020


Making and Unmaking Neighborhood Boundaries in Postwar U.S. Cities
Guest Editor: Marta Gutman

Introduction: Making and Unmaking Neighborhood Boundaries in Postwar U.S. Cities

Marta Gutman

“Neighborliness is Nonspatial”: Howard Thurman and the Search for Integration and Common Ground

Peter Eisenstadt

Segregation by Design: Race, Architecture, and the Enclosure of the Atlanta Apartment

Matthew Gordon Lasner

Neighborhood Activism in Planning for New York City, 1945–1975

Marci Reaven

Sounding the Powers of Place in Neighborhoods: Responses to the Urban Crisis in Washington Heights and New York City

Robert W. Snyder


A Sacred Duty: Nationalist and Anti-Imperial Activisms in Buenos Aires, 1916-1930

Steven Hyland Jr.

Arthur Rubloff and the Grinding Politics of Renewal in Chicago, 1947-1986

Mark Rose

Who Are the Squatters? Challenging Stereotypes Through A Case Study of Squatting in the Dutch City of Leiden, 1970-1980.

Bart Van Der Steen

The Housing Struggle in Milan in the 1970s: Influences and Particularities

Mark Soresina

Review Essays

The Most Peculiar City in America

Emily Lieb

Stanley Corkin (2017). Connecting the Wire: Race, Space, and Postindustrial Baltimore. Austin: University of Texas Press, 241+ viii pp., illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, $27.95 (paper), $85.00 (cloth).

Matthew A. Crenson (2017). Baltimore: A Political History. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 616+ viii pp., illustrations, notes, bibliographic essay, index, $44.95 (cloth).

Patricia Fernández-Kelly (2015). The Hero’s Fight: African Americans in West Baltimore and the Shadow of the State. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 422+ x pp., illustrations, appendix, notes, bibliography, index, $35.00 (cloth).

Considering Urban Neighborhoods

Lisa Krissoff Boehm

George C. Galster (2019). Making Our Neighborhoods, Making Our Selves. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, xi + 303 pp., tables, graphs, notes, bibliography, index, $55.00 (cloth).

Carlo Rotella (2019). The World Is Always Coming to an End: Pulling Together and Apart in a Chicago Neighborhood. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 255 pp., illustrations, acknowledgements, notes on sources, index, $27.00 (cloth).

Emily Talen (2018). Neighborhood. New York: Oxford University Press, 258 pp., maps, illustrations, bibliography, index, $34.12 (cloth).

Building Authoritarianism in Turkey

Ella Fratantuono

Bülent Batuman (2018). New Islamist Architecture and Urbanism: Negotiating Nation and Islam through Built Environment in Turkey. xiii + 214 pp., photos, notes, glossary, index, $40.76 (paper).
Zeynep Kezer (2015). Building Modern Turkey: State, Space, and Ideology in the Early Republic. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press. xii + 330 pp., illustrations, notes, index, $37.95 (paper).
İpek Türeli (2018). Istanbul Open City: Exhibiting Anxieties of Urban Modernity. xiii +160 pp., maps, photos, notes, bibliography, index, $124.00 (cloth).